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Climeworks AG


Climeworks specializes in direct air capture (DAC) technology to remove CO₂ from the atmosphere. Their DAC+S (Direct Air Capture and Storage) process ensures that captured CO₂ is stored underground for over 10,000 years. Climeworks operates the world’s largest commercial DAC facility, Orca, in Iceland. Partnering with organizations like Swiss Re, Climeworks helps companies achieve net-zero targets by providing permanent and verified carbon removal solutions. Climeworks is expanding globally, with projects in the U.S. and plans for further development.
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Company name
Climeworks AG
Zurich, Switzerland
Date of establishment



Carbon Removal with Innovative Direct Air Capture Technology
Carbon Removal
Climeworks, founded in 2009, uses direct air capture technology to remove CO2 from the atmosphere. This Swiss company contributes to carbon reduction and sustainability efforts through innovative solutions and community engagement. By capturing CO2 for permanent storage or reuse, Climeworks plays a role in global carbon neutrality efforts. Learn about their technology and impact in the carbon removal sector.